SWEAR TO ME!
SWEAR TO ME!
Believe it or not, Breaking Geek is not named as such because I love BREAKING DAWN.
Rather, I am a huge BREAKING BAD fan, and had the world’s best drama on my mind when creating the site.
Here at Breaking Geek, I have also discussed Batman on more than one occasion, from Breaking Batman Parts 1 & Part 2, to more recent articles like A BETTER CLASS OF CRIMINAL (including the “hit” blog covering 2012’s blockbuster cinema villains).
Let’s face it, I loved SKYFALL, you loved SKYFALL, we all loved SKYFALL. It is everyone’s favorite 007 movie. EVERYONES! (Obviously, I am exaggerating… a lot).
But, like Bond, I survived the bloody… er… shock, in this time, so I was stocked to order it!
But the sale was over. TeeSpring is like Kickstarter in that a goal must be reached, in this case in 7 days, and once those 7 have passed, no dice (or in this case no shirt).
I sent a request over to CommanderBond.net and he reopened the sale, this time in sexy Navy blue. Navy, as in “Royal Navy Commander Bond” (his official cover/title).
Don’t miss your chance! Click http://teespring.com/takethebloodyshot-navy and make sure your favorite SKYFALL fan has one under the tree this Christmas.
After all, to quote Bond himself:
“I thought Christmas only comes once a year.”
For Thor’s sake, geek, at least buy one so the campaign gets to 50 and I get mine!
“chameleon29” has some awesome artwork on deviantArt of favorite heroes and villains from both DC and Marvel comics. Some are even available as prints (and/or magnets and mugs)!
Too bad I have no money…. Damn you, comic addiction!
My personal favorite it Batman, not to say the rest aren’t great. I simply love the interpretation with the extra sharp ridges and lines of the mask, especially around Batman’s eyes.
I do apologize for the deviantArt watermark, but I thought these pieces were so damn cool I’d share them with my fellow geeks anyway. The art may be fairly familiar in pose (especially Iron Man), but the style really grabs me, you know?
(Gross, not in that way! Get your mind out of the gutter, buddy!)
All appear to be the “movie versions” of their character. Bane is obvious, though Spider-Man and Iron Man also sport masks closer to their big-screen design. In Spidey’s case, I think we’re looking at the original Sam Raimi version played by Tobey Maguire.
Check out the two purely comic inspired characters by clicking READ MORE below.